The Rose Road Association Hythe Saturday Club & Holiday Scheme currently running from the Rose Road Bradbury Centre
10am to 3pm
Covid-19 Update - Waiting list for new families
This Holiday Scheme & Saturday Club is currently running from The Bradbury Centre, venue details are below.
This activity will offer your child the opportunity to meet and form new friendships whilst taking part in a wide range of activities and trips in a safe, secure environment The Rose Road Association provides high quality services for children and young people with disabilities. Supporting and empowering them and their families to maximise their life opportunities within the wider community. Contact provider for specific dates.
Who to contact
- Contact Name
- Claire Headington
- Contact Position
- Assistant Activities Manager
- 02380 721210 or 07823 353887
- The Rose Road Association Hythe Saturday Club - Hythe
- The Rose Road Association
Where to go
- Rose Road Association
The Bradbury Centre
300 Aldermoor Road
- SO16 5NA
The Bradbury Centre is fully assessable for disabilities & additional needs.
- Accessible changing, Secure environment, Wheelchair access
Time / Date Details
- When is it on
- 10am to 3pm
- Time of day
- Session Information
We run a number of Saturday sessions fortnightly & term time only. The Holiday Scheme will run throughout the school holidays.
- Table of costs
Table of costs Amount Cost Type from £17.50 per session
- From £17.50 for onsite activities, offsite from £25 depending on ticket costs & sundries
- Referral required
- Referral Details
You will need an up to date Gateway card to access this scheme or be in the process of applying.
- Other notes
We are able to cater for children & young people who have disabilities & additional needs between the ages of 10 & 18 years who hold a valid Gateway Card.
The Rose Road Association is a charity that provides services for over 300 children and young adults with severe physical disabilities, learning difficulties, and/or autism.
We are based in Southampton in the UK, and also work across Hampshire and surrounding counties.
- Contact Name
- Claire Headington
- Contact Telephone
- 02380 721210
- Contact Email
The Rose Road Association
- What does your service do?
All our schemes provide a wide range of high quality activities that children and young people can participate in meaningfully with friends. We pride ourselves on being inclusive and will adapt our sessions to suit each individual child or young person's needs as much as possible.
This includes: free play, role play, cooking, crafts, messy play, sensory area, games, various trips and visits, swimming and so much more. All the schemes include quiet areas for children and young people to take time out and relax if needed.
- Who does your service provide for?
The Rose Road Hythe Saturday Club provides for children & young people between the ages of 10 to 18 years, who have disabilities & additional needs.
your child/young person will need to have a New Gateway Card to access the Activities.
- How can I start using the service?
You will need a Gateway Card, you can find out about this online at:
You can contact Claire Headington at Rose Road on the contact details given to complete a Care Plan.
You can complete one of our booking forms which have been sent out to local special schools.
Contact us through our web-site: www.roseroad.org.uk or on FB
- Where is it located and what areas does it cover?
Rose Road is located at the Bradbury Center in Aldermoor Road, Southampton, SO16 5NA.
The Hythe Saturday Club & Holiday Scheme is usually run from the Greenwood School in Dibden, but due to C19 all sessions are running from the Bradbury Centre.
We also have activities & clubs that run in Fareham & Totton.
- How are decisions made about who can use your service?
We will ask you to complete a Care Plan for your child/young person to ensure we can meet their individual needs.
You will then need to complete a booking request form for your chosen venue, date & activity, there are limited places so it is advisable to send in your request asap. Places will be allocated on a first come basis.
- How do you communicate with service users and how are they involved in decision making?
Staff will ask service users what activities they like or want to do for future activities during sessions.
We base our planning on what we know our regular service users enjoy, Care Plan information & verbal feedback.
- Is your service fully accessible?
This service is fully accessible.
- What training are the staff supporting children and young people with SEN and Disabilities had or are having?
We have a a mandatory training programme that all staff are required to attend with further intensive training to deal with more complex & additional needs.
- How will I know my child is safe?
All of our venues are Risk Assessed by Rose Road. This venue has a secure door locking system & alarm. All staff are trained in Safeguarding, Health & Safety & Fire Awareness.
- Which of the following applies to your setting?
Our service is delivered in the home
Our service is delivered in the community
- What communication methods are you familiar with?
Signs and symbols
- Does your service include children and young people with:
Signs and symbols
- Who can I contact for further information?
Claire Headington - Activities Assistant Manager